Canadian Voters say Managing Economy in Tough Times (76%), Fixing Healthcare (73%) and Creating Jobs (73%) are Absolutely Crucial Policy Planks for Parties to Address to Win their Vote

Tories Have Edge on Economy, NDP Leads on Healthcare, but Creating Jobs Up for Grabs; Liberals Lead on No Policy Tested

Thursday, August 13, 2015

Toronto, ON – Canadian voters have outlined the election policy planks that they consider absolutely crucial for a party to have a clear plan on and be committed to in order to influence how they will vote, according to a new Ipsos poll conducted on behalf of Global News.

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Canadian Voters say Managing Economy in Tough Times (76%), 
Fixing Healthcare (73%) and Creating Jobs (73%) are Absolutely Crucial Policy Planks for Parties to Address to Win their Vote

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